Federal Guard Service officer claims moral damages after attack in a salon of intimate services
In February 2018, a salon employee struck Alexei Andreev, 36, with a knife.
FSO officer Alexei Andreev went to the Kalininsky court of St. Petersburg to claim moral damages caused by a knife wound that an employee of a salon of intimate services had inflicted on him in February 2018, according to Fontanka. The employee, Vladislav Dokuchaev, is accused of intentional infliction of a grave injury with the use of an item as a weapon (part 2 of Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).
Andreev paid for services in the salon in February. Dokuchaev was there, too. The FSO officer had an argument with him, which led to a fight where a knife was used. Dokuchaev claimed it was self-defense. He was arrested in February.
The punishment for the crime Dokuchaev is charged with is up to 10 years of imprisonment. If the case is considered using a special procedure, with confession and no investigation, the punishment may be limited to two-thirds of the maximum term.
We do not know the worth of the civil claim that Andreev intends to file. The presentation of cases will be on September 12. On August 16, the officer asked the judge for permission not to come to the sessions anymore.
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